As president and valedictorian of the CCS Class of 2018, Kayla Schilke, center, represents the class in receiving a mailbox from Elna Johnson and Lori Pankonin, representatives of the Imperial Comm
An ordinance will be before the Imperial city council May 21 that would allow golf carts and utility vehicles (UTVs) on city streets.
It’s a tradition at the Chase County Museum each Mother’s Day to feature quilters as the museum opens for the season.
Artisan Skateboards construction workers are making good headway on the new skatepark. Accompanied by their job site dog, Mari, they are busy putting together the forms to pour concrete later this month. Pictured from left is Mari, her owner Durand Deasley, Mark Frady and Luke Bauslaugh. (Johnson Publications photo)
The construction crew with Artisan Skateparks, based in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, is making good headway on Imperial’s new skatepark.
While they are ready with water if needed, the IVFD did not have to use water on a call to the home at 1219 Court Street Sunday afternoon. A pan of grease left on the stove caused smoke damage, however. (Johnson Publications photo)
Officers with the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) believe a couple more minutes may have been the difference between just smoke damage and a lot worse after a Sunday afternoon fire ca